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The research on British business owners, by the Royal Bank of Scotland, suggested paper boys and girls were most likely to now own a company with a turnover above pounds 250,000 and have eleven or more employees.
He and Harrison followed the 16-year-old paper boy as he walked towards Owton Manor Lane in Hartlepool on his round at about 7am on January 17.
The next job I had was as a paper boy - another early start, maybe this is why I like a lie-in these days.
It featured a paper boy, bribed with a "canny bag of Tudor" to deliver papers to a Gateshead tower block - the Dunston Rocket.
I'd race to the front door the moment I heard the paper boy push our Mail through the letterbox, to find out if my latest effort had made it.
A paper boy left his bike outside Knowl News in Knowl Road while he collected papers for his round.
Which is just as well, as otherwise the window cleaner, the paper boy and the roofer wouldn't have got paid this month.
My first money-earning job was as a paper boy in my early teens delivering to, amongst other places, Castle Bromwich Hall.
Even more risk-taking is a dream sequence involving the paper boy coming to collect his money.
And at 82, Norman may be Britain's oldest paper boy ( and says he owes his survival to the paper round.
A MAN who describes himself as ``the oldest paper boy in Wales'' is in training for another marathon cycle ride.
Britain's gipsies were asked last night to turn detective in the hunt for the killers of 13-year-old Midland paper boy Carl Bridgewater.
A GRIEVING widow has told how she was forced out of her home after being terrorised for two months by a masked stalker - later revealed as the family's 14-year-old paper boy.
Ross Martin, aged 15, who has been working as a paper boy since the age of 12, said: "I've saved up about pounds 150 and it's good being able to buy things yourself.
As soon as Scott (pictured) found out we would be selling Chronicle papers he wanted to dress up like a Victorian paper boy and he spent more than an hour shouting "Chronicle, 60p".